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Building a stronger market through UK property investment

UK PROPERTY INVESTMENT An overview of housebuilding in the UK "Activity in the housebuilding sector has continued to pick up over the last year, but the supply of new homes is still falling well short of demand. Boosting supply, where new housing is most keenly needed, is a key priority if the UK housing market is to avoid long-term distortion," Knight Frank, Housebuilding Report 2015. High demand for UK property investment Housing transactions rose by "Since 1964 the In the 12 months to population of the UK April 2014, 18% in 2014 has grown by over 141,000 10 in England and Wales (Knight Frank) homes were built in the UK. However, official household growth projections suggest an million additional New-build sales people (18.7%). About half of this growth has 230,000 increased by 11% in occurred since 2001." potential households a Office for National year in the UK. 2014 Statistics (Knight Frank) (Land Registry) Current real estate investment According to respondents of Knight Frank's recent housebuilder survey, over the next 12 months, completion volumes might.. 59% 33% 7% RISE NOT CHANGE FALL % of respondents, housebuilder survey Source: Knight Frank Residential Research UK house prices Construction The supply were up costs to could rise over the next 7.2% of new housing is year, with price rises expected of not expected to in the 12 months to Feb 2015 (ONS) between meet demand and 10% The rise of the alternative CASSET Investment in alternative Investment in alternatives assets may reach could take up £20 30% bilion of all UK property transactions by billion by 2019 (JLL) (JLL) How allocations are forecast to change in key alternative sectors: % of respondents increase no change decline 4% 66% 2% 70% 12% 18% CO Healthcare Student Housing 2% 4% 69% 58% 18% 14% Hotels & Hospitality Privately rented sector (PRS) Source: JLL, 2014 VAYA

Building a stronger market through UK property investment

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The Knight Frank Housebuilding Report 2015, shows that the supply of new-build housing is ‘well short of demand’. With that in mind, Experience Invest’s latest infographic looks at the current ...



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